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Did I take the test too soon?
I had sex on April 30th and had my period a week or two later. Now I'm on my 4th day of inactive BC pills, and I still don't have my period. I took a pregnancy test today and it came out negative. Is it too soon to tell, or am I just being paranoid?
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it's possible that you ovulated late.  BC pills are not %100 percent, plus they are even less effective if you do not take them at the same time every day.  for instance if you normally take one at 8 am and one day you forgot until 10 pm, your "coverage" would be lower on the 10pm day.  If you still get a neg pregnancy test and don't start your period in the next 3-4 days, see your doc.  I would see your doc before you start your next pack if you haven't had your period yet for sure!
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I'm pretty good at taking them at the same time everyday though. I am kind of new to birth control, could my body just be adjusting to it weird? I don't think I've been having any symptoms of pregnancy either. Would I have had my period in May if I were pregnant? Because it was a normal period. Since it's been seven weeks, I figure I would have symptoms by now, and I don't. I think I'm being paranoid. I'm sure stressing about this isn't helping the cause either.
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